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- Created on Thursday, May 27 2010 18:22
Melrose Free Press
By Jim Haddadin
May 27, 2010
Across the restaurant, a man lurches forward and rattles the silverware on the table. His dinner date, watching at arm’s length, begins to panic as the man chokes on a piece of food lodged in his airway.
“Bobby?” she pleads. “Bobby?”
The unsettling scene — part of an emergency training video shown to students recently at Melrose High School — is one that only a handful of them may ever witness in real life. But even fewer, studies suggest, will know how to react if they do see someone choking, drowning, or suffering a heart attack — a fact that Melrose-Wakefield Hospital nurse Danielle Patturelli is hoping to change.
Skills that save lives: Hallmark Health visits MHS to train students in CPR and choke-saving techniques
- Created on Friday, May 21 2010 14:58
By Natalie Miller
May 21, 2010
This week, the junior class at Malden High School received a lesson in lifesaving from those in the community who make a living helping others in their most dire time of need.
With the help of some funds from last year’s Stride for Health walk, Hallmark Health sponsored a CPR training and choke-saving skills workshop at the high school on Monday and Tuesday.
- Created on Monday, May 10 2010 18:28
By Bella Travaglini
May 9, 2010
Dr. Bernard Logan has delivered more than 10,000 babies in a career that spans 40 Mother’s Days. But for the past decade or so, the 68-year-old Lynnfield resident has been enjoying his own professional rebirth of sorts.
Logan has delivered more than a dozen babies whose moms he once delivered.
- Created on Friday, April 23 2010 20:01
- Created on Thursday, March 11 2010 19:54
By Nathan Lamb
March 10, 2010
Sharon didn’t expect to become a mother to three children at age 55, but she’s glad about not having to go it alone.
Speaking on the condition her last name be withheld, Sharon explained how a substance abuse problem led to her taking custody of three grandchildren nearly six years ago. The youngest was an infant, and she said it was a difficult situation, which was exacerbated when her husband passed away four months later.
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